Derrick G Watson
Derrick G Watson
University of Warwick, Department of Psychology, Professor
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Visual marking: prioritizing selection for new objects by top-down attentional inhibition of old objects.
DG Watson, GW Humphreys
Psychological review 104 (1), 90, 1997
Visual marking: Evidence for inhibition using a probe-dot detection paradigm
DG Watson, GW Humphreys
Perception & psychophysics 62 (3), 471-481, 2000
Visual marking of moving objects: a role for top-down feature-based inhibition in selection.
DG Watson, GW Humphreys
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 24 (3), 946, 1998
Separating distractor rejection and target detection in posterior parietal cortex—an event-related fMRI study of visual marking
S Pollmann, R Weidner, GW Humphreys, CNL Olivers, K Müller, ...
Neuroimage 18 (2), 310-323, 2003
Visual marking: Using time in visual selection
DG Watson, GW Humphreys, CNL Olivers
Trends in cognitive sciences 7 (4), 180-186, 2003
Can people identify original and manipulated photos of real-world scenes?
SJ Nightingale, KA Wade, DG Watson
Cognitive research: principles and implications 2 (1), 1-21, 2017
Top-down effects of semantic knowledge in visual search are modulated by cognitive but not perceptual load
E Belke, GW Humphreys, DG Watson, AS Meyer, AL Telling
Perception & Psychophysics 70 (8), 1444-1458, 2008
Subitizing requires attention
CNL Olivers, DG Watson
Visual Cognition 16 (4), 439-462, 2008
Fractionating the preview benefit in search: Dual-task decomposition of visual marking by timing and modality.
GW Humphreys, DG Watson, P Jolicœur
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 28 (3), 640, 2002
Object recognition under sequential viewing conditions: Evidence for viewpoint-specific recognition procedures
R Lawson, GW Humphreys, DG Watson
Perception 23 (5), 595-613, 1994
The role of eye movements in subitizing and counting.
DG Watson, EA Maylor, LAM Bruce
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 33 (6 …, 2007
Visual marking of locations and feature maps: Evidence from within-dimension defined conjunctions
CNL Olivers IV, DG Watson, GW Humphreys
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology: Section A 52 (3), 679-715, 1999
Visual marking and visual change.
DG Watson, GW Humphreys
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 28 (2), 379, 2002
Infectious disease prevalence, not race exposure, predicts both implicit and explicit racial prejudice across the United States
BA O’Shea, DG Watson, GDA Brown, CL Fincher
Social Psychological and Personality Science 11 (3), 345-355, 2020
Search, enumeration, and aging: eye movement requirements cause age-equivalent performance in enumeration but not in search tasks.
DG Watson, EA Maylor, LAM Bruce
Psychology and Aging 20 (2), 226, 2005
State dissociation in bulimic eating disorders: An experimental study
C Hallings‐Pott, G Waller, D Watson, P Scragg
International Journal of Eating Disorders 38 (1), 37-41, 2005
Negotiating the traffic: Can cognitive science help make autonomous vehicles a reality?
N Chater, J Misyak, D Watson, N Griffiths, A Mouzakitis
Trends in cognitive sciences 22 (2), 93-95, 2018
Visual marking in moving displays: Feature-based inhibition is not necessary
DG Watson
Perception & Psychophysics 63 (1), 74-84, 2001
Input control processes in rapid serial visual presentations: Target selection and distractor inhibition.
CNL Olivers, DG Watson
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 32 (5 …, 2006
Aging and visual marking: selective deficits for moving stimuli.
DG Watson, EA Maylor
Psychology and Aging 17 (2), 321, 2002
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